Province tumbles on Fraser Institute Policy Perception Index in the 2016 Global Petroleum Survey.
CAPP CEO says the election of Donald Trump adds pressure to Canada to clear regulatory hurdles blocking new projects.
Volumes not there to make lower-priced long-term contracts viable.
RCMP has yet to lay any charges.
Pipeline Safety Act would bring down the minimum amount of “readily available” money to at least 5% of a company’s liability from 10%.
Saskatchewan’s Wall says federal carbon tax plan shows disrespect, will hurt economy.
Critics are accusing the Trudeau government of policy incoherence.
Latest order covers broader scope, including policies and commitments, hazard identification and incident management.
Enbridge’s $28 billion acquisition of Spectra Energy tops the list.
Group representing oilfield service and supply companies suggests reducing or denying funding to provinces that impede projects.
Expects to achieve operational savings worth about $540 million.
Guidelines focus on better defining obligations to consult First Nations communities.
They result in prices 20% to 30% below the world price of West Texas Intermediate.
Low oil prices mean there is enough transport capacity without the need for new pipelines, memo says.
CAPP forecast cites growing supply, need for new energy infrastructure urgent.